Sonia Lewis

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Sonia Lewis, cousin of Stephon Clark and co-lead of Black Lives Matter Sacramento (Sacramento for Black Lives), talks police accountability, why cops become killers and the real growth they’ve made with legislation to support citizens’ rights in California

F the Police

S1E5: F*!@ the Police

July 29, 2019 info 0

Faren talks with Sonia Lewis of BLM Sacramento about police misconduct, the Blue code of silence, Stephon Clark, and how to protect yourself when confronted with Police inappropriateness

F the Police

Fix the Police

July 29, 2019 info 0

Show Topics & Timeline Links Discussed Guest Bios Transcript Another touchy topic – Bad cops. Faren D’Abell talks with Sonia Lewis, co-lead of Black Lives […]

Michelle M Hughes

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Michelle M. Hughes Guest Michelle M. Hughes established her own law firm, the Law Offices of Michelle M. Hughes where her legal practice focuses primarily […]

Mark Hagland

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Mark Hagland Guest Mark Hagland is an adult transracial, international adoptee. Born in South Korea, he was adopted in infancy and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. […]

Tracy Baim

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Tracy Baim Guest Tracy Baim is publisher of the Chicago Reader newspaper. She is co-founder and majority owner of Windy City Media Group, which produces […]

Honey West

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Honey West Guest With a degree in Musical Theater from Indiana University, entertainer Honey West stars in: • Dirty Dreams of a Clean Cut Kid […]

Toni Armstrong Jr

June 30, 2019 info 0

Toni Armstrong, Jr. Guest Toni appeared on S1E0-Pride 2019. She is an activist in the LGBTQ community, a founding board member of the We Want […]

Ian Bailey Harris

June 30, 2019 info 0

Ian Bailey Harris Marketing & Logistics IC Bailey – One of the key members of the ‘Conversations With…” Network including “Conversations with White People”, a […]

Maegen Rose

June 29, 2019 info 0

Maegen Rose Segment Host, BookTalk Maegen is a middle school librarian. She reviews books for School Library Journal and is a 2020/2021 Coretta Scott King […]